Asia’s World City!


The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China is a place with multiple personalities, as a result of being both Cantonese Chinese and under a long-time British influence. It is a unique destination that has absorbed people and cultural influences from places as diverse as Vietnam and Vancouver and proudly proclaims itself to be “Asia’s World City”.


Hong Kong is much more than a harbour city. Known for its spectacular skyline, Hong Kong’s territory with its cloudy mountains and rocky islands, surprises by being mostly a rural landscape.


The country has an incredibly rich cultural heritage which is expressed in its people’s many festivals throughout the year. There also is a vibrant entertainment industry, which has brought forward many world famous singers and actors, such as Jackie Chan and Bruce Lee.


With its numerous shopping malls and phenomenal street markets, Hong Kong is a shoppers’ paradise.


Cuisine plays an important part in many people’s lives in Hong Kong. It is a showcase of Chinese cuisines with huge regional varieties, and is often referred to as being the culinary capital of Asia. When visiting Hong Kong, one should definitely try out the most famous Cantonese dishes of all, Dim Sum.


Boasting one of the world’s best airports, it is the ideal stopover for those who wish to travel deeper into the Orient. A nearby short-stay visit could be Macao with its rich Portuguese heritage and giant casinos.


Whether you visit Asia’s World City for its great entertainment, delicious Cantonese cuisine, a trip with your family to Disneyland, limitless shopping, or fantastic view over the infamous Victoria Harbour, you will certainly have an exciting stay in Hong Kong.

What To See & Do
    • Ride aboard “Duk Ling”, the last traditional sailing junk of Hong Kong, through Victoria Harbour.
    • Meet with the performers of Cantonese opera and see their show.
    • Visit some of the most famous sites of Hong Kong, featured in film, with a specialist guide.
    • Eat a “Dim Sum” lunch in one of Hong Kong’s old traditional Tea Houses.
    • Take a sunset helicopter flight over the city with one of the most spectacular skylines in the world.
    • Step back in time and walk through Hong Kong’s early days during a guided heritage walk.
    • Spend New Year’s Eve in Hong Kong and witness one of the world’s biggest fireworks displays!
When To Go

Hong Kong has a humid subtropical climate. There are four distinct seasons in Hong Kong. It can be chilly in the winter (10°C) and hot and humid in the summer (33°C). The best times of year to visit are, spring (March-May), when the average temperature is around 25°C and autumn (September-December). In winter the air can be cold but the sun can still burn. Expect winter temperatures to rise to 22°C on sunny days and fall to below 10°C at night. Chinese New Year is notorious for cold wet weather. Christmas in Hong Kong can be a delight with a fair chance of mild sunny weather that will appeal to those coming from colder northern climates. Typhoons usually occur in summer, between June and September and can bring a halt to local business activities.